Jerusalem artichokes should not be confused with regular artichokes. They look like fresh ginger and have a nutty potato flavor to them. If you have leftover fries be sure to eat them within a day or two. Peel the artichokes with a peeler and then carefully slice them, because they are delicate and can fall apart if not handled gently.
This recipe is easy, juicy and simple! You can prep the burgers the day before but be sure to cook them only right before you eat them for most juiciness!
Steak tips are just cut up pieces of amazingly juicy grilled steak – instead of having one whole. I usually like my steaks plain with salt and pepper but this is a fun alternative that will also taste great the next day!
You can make this recipe with any version of chicken. I like to roast it whole or anything on the bone, because it is much juicier and creates a lot of liquid. You can serve this dish with rice or make a whole wheat pasta, add olive oil, salt and the delicious white wine sauce from the chicken!
Edamame are soybeans in a pod that are found in the cuisine of China, Japan, Korea and Hawaii. They are usually boiled or steamed and served with salt. I took them to another level, and I promise you will never eat them with just salt ever again!